Author: yogya.bhatia

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PREVENTING WILDLIFE CRIME BY YOGYA BHATIA @LexCliq

Preventing wildlife crime What is wildlife crime ICCWC (International consortium on controlling wildlife crime) considers ‘wildlife’ to include all wild fauna and flora, including animals, birds and fish, as well as timber and non-timber forest products. ‘Wildlife crime’ refers to the taking, trading (supplying, selling or trafficking), importing, exporting, processing, possessing, obtaining and consumption of […]

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HATE CRIMES BY YOGYA BHATIA @LexCliq

Hate crimes. Hate crimes are vicious signs of narrow mindedness and deeply affect not only the injured individual but as well as the gathering with which that unfortunate casualty recognizes oneself. They affect community cohesion and social stability. A vigorous reaction is, therefore, fundamental both for individual and communal security. Hate crimes are distinguished from […]

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IDENTITY THEFT BY YOGYA BHATIA @LexCliq

Identity Theft in Cyberspace in India Identity theft has become a global issue. It is an area of major concern. Identity theft is termed as a crime of the new millennium. However, the fact prevails that due to the revolution in Information Technology there are certain outcomes that have led to a positive growth while […]

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CAN RTI ERADICATE CORRUPTION? BY YOGYA BHATIA @LexCliq

Can RTI eradicate Corruption?   Corruption is a universal problem which is faced by people that leads to a lack of transparency, accountability, institutional machinery, information, etc. It is the misuse of power and money by government and individuals for their personal profit for example by lobbying or diverting the funds in private sectors which […]

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RIGHTS OF LGBT BY YOGYA BHATIA @LexCliq

Legal Rights Of LGBT Community In India   Not many people were familiar with the section 377 of the Indian Penal code till the recent movement that took place on a large scale in order to repeal it. This struggle has been a long one, Section 377 dates all the way back to 1861, during […]

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